The Assistant Director for Greek and Program House Engagement plays a critical role in cultivating an inclusive and welcoming campus community. The Assistant Director serves as a member of the residential life team to support the 750 member, 21 house community in educational, philanthropic, and leadership opportunities. The Assistant Director is responsible for the individual advisement of all houses and councils, management of on campus social events, planning and execution of all educational and training opportunities for the Greek and Program Houses, and ensuring university and national standards are being met. The Assistant Director works in close partnership with colleagues in Student Conduct & Community Standards, as well as Student Activities Office. The Assistant Director also serves in the administrator on call system.
Required: Bachelorâ??s degree plus 3-5 years professional experience working with Greek and Program/Special-Interest houses required or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Preferred: Master's degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs, Student Personnel Administration or related discipline strongly preferred.
Demonstrated experience and success working in multicultural environment with a clear understanding of diversity, social justice, and inclusion in both student and workplace settings required
Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
Ability to interact with diverse constituencies, including students, colleagues, families, and alumni
Demonstrated ability to exercise effective independent professional judgment
Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with students, student organizations, faculty, and staff
Demonstrated ability to relate successfully in one-on-one and group situations with persons representing diverse backgrounds and interests
Knowledge of principles, practices and theories of student learning and development; understanding of the cultural, social and educational needs of student residential communities
Flexibility to work in a dynamic student affairs environment
An understanding of assessment techniques used within a student program preferred.
Experience in the following: training facilitation, policy development, event planning, advising and/or supervising students, and web and print communications.
Ability to work a flexible schedule, including events and weekends as needed.
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Assistant Director for Greek and Program House Engagement
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